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so they wanted to take the abundance of precaution when they got a call at 3:20 this afternoon. >> so the phones were busy, and one of the messages said you better get out of the building, there's a bomb in the building. >> reporter: of course, this stopped all of their work that they were planning to do today. they say though they have a lot of people coming and going, coming in to volunteer, asking questions here, they say that is why they wanted to be sure that there wasn't anything that they didn't notice coming in today. now they have the all clear. they will be beefing up security starting tomorrow. >> certainly understand afternoon. cannot be too careful. medical lis sacks, thank you. police on hey alert here especially after the firebombing at the gop office in north carolina over the weekend. melissa just told you about some of that.
as of right now they haven't found any surveillance from nearby businesses or homes. senator bernie sanders gets ready for flagstaff and tucson tomorrow. he is already thinking of our state while in colorado today. he told a rally that he was alarmed by stories from some latino teenagers he met in arizona last year. >> with tears in their eyes they were telling me how frightened they were that one day they were going to come home from school and find out that their mom or dad was >> sanders told the crowd the time is long overdue for this country to come one immigration reform and a pathway to citizenship. he says that's something both he and clinton believe. besides standards, hillary clinton's daughter will be making a stop. on thursday michelle obama will be in arizona. hillary clinton's volunteers
arizona two points. while the results are within the margin of error it does encourage clinton supporters. >> i'm looking forward to the. i hope obama, when she comes out this week. we need change so it's good. >> it's not a normal election, and people are getting more -- people are getting more engaged in the process no matter who they support. >> trump supporters say they have a better ground game, planning to reach 500,000 voters in person by november 8th. meantime hillary clinton is off the campaign trail while she prepares for her debate with trump wednesday night. but her campaign is dealing with another headache with those leaked e-mails. new fbi documents showing a top state department official allegedly pressured the f b toy de-classify previously classified e-mails. the fbi and state department deny any quid pro quo was offered, and according to the fbi no changes were made.
keeps rocking donald trump's campaign. tonight his wife is defending that talk as "boy talk" saying she has never heard him use that language. >> i don't know that person that would talk that way, that he would say that kind of stuff in private. i heard many different stuff, boys talk. the boys, the way they talk when they grow up, and they want to sometimes other, oh, this and that, talking about the girls. >> she says her husband was egged on by billy bush who later said he was embarrassed and ashamed. the former host has now been fired. if donald trump wins the election he may have a meeting some are calling questionable. some say he would meet with russia's president.
damage control. trump claiming that the tensions between president obama and putin is potentially catastrophic. as for election fraud, the white house saying tonight that it is not worried about even though trump continues to talk about a potentially rigged election. a spokesperson says they have not seen any evidence that this is happening. meantime here in the valley a group of volunteers will be at the polls this upcoming election making sure that voters are safe and have the correct information before they cast their ballots. the arizona commission election accountability says it needs more volunteers. they say right now they have about 100. two little girls shot to death by their own father inside their west valley home. police say they may release their names tomorrow but for now we can tell you the girls are four and five years old. detectives say their father killed them and then took his own life. before the tragedy we're learning the girls' mother called police worried about her
in mesa linked to a deadly shooting outside a valley gas station. police say the 18-year-old is accused of killing a 35-year- old back on september 25th near hayden and mckellips. police say they are confident this is the only suspect. a second life is on the line tonight after a deadly crash in the valley. a man and woman riding a motorcycle were hit by a truck pulling a trailer. they were on 48th street between southern and broadway. the man didn't make it. the woman is in the ho right now and we're told she's in pretty rough shape. we're getting our first images from the scene as we track a gas leak. we're told crews have been given the all clear at this apartment complex near 27th and indian school. 30 people were evacuated. no major injuries. one worker suffered some minor flash burn. the department of justice has now filed its proposed criminal contempt charges
mary ellen, you just finished speaking with sheriff arpaio's attorney. what's his response to all of this? >> reporter: well, they have some objections in regards to this order to show cause. this is what the d.o.j. actually filed today. it's would federal court judge susan bolton will use if and when she criminally charges sheriff arpaio. he and his attorney have until 5:00 p.m. tomorrow to file their reply before it all hits the books. >> we felt that it made sound like, because the judge was signing the order, that she somehow agreed with those allegations. >> reporter: attorney mel mcdonald and sheriff joe arpaio don't like how the department worded the charms. the sheriff is accused of deliberate result disobeying a federal court judge's orders in 2011 when he refused to stop his illegal immigration sweeps. now he is facing contempt charges with a sentence of six months or less.
default this would become a misdemeanor, not a felony. >> reporter: which means the sheriff gets to keep his day job. >> even if the d.o.j. gets a conviction it is likely that sheriff joe will stay right where he is, assuming he is still in office. >> reporter: but it also means he won't get a jury trial. >> it doesn't mean we can't ask for a jury trial and argue for a jury trial. it simply means that we don't after constitutional right. >> reporter: now, attorney mel mcdonald told means is that the d.o.j. are simply saying that they want the judge to make this decision. they don't want a jury to make it. they want judge susan bolton to make this decision. live in phoenix, abc15 news. paul penzone, the man working to unseat the sheriff, wouldn't comment but the four previous phoenix police chiefs who just endorsed his campaign weren't so reserved. >> when you have police officers being ambushed and murdered, and when you have a
that has lost trust in their law enforcement agency, like the sheriff's department, then it's time for a change. >> former phoenix police chief jack harris and others wouldn't say how they voted in the last election but they did say this year they are voting for paul penzone saying the maricopa county sheriff's office is the heart of police agencies across the country, and it needs to be restored. gilbert crews have not said that this suspicious but they are asking for tips by giving awe number to call to help with this investigation. that fire broke out at a condo complex on saturday near gilbert and guadalupe roads. fortunately no one was hurt. if you do have information, here's that number. 480-503-6346. day one of the school week is over, and it has been awhile since things have been back to normal for students at landmark and challenger in glendale.
the campus was closed for three weeks for emergency repairs. well, a nice one out there today. it was great weekend. that continued as we went through monday afternoon. again we saw those upper 80s and low 90s valley wide. so average highs. average 88. phoenix topping out at 91. now temperatures set in the upper 80s, keeping clear skies right through tomorrow morning. so all night long looking for light winds, clear skies, morning low temperatures to be back in the 60. so then we warm things back up above average. we're in the low 90s, high pressure is settle in. what does that mean for our forecast? i will let you know coming up. >> it is back to business for in some st. augustine which was pummeled by hurricane matthew. some business ises reopened today. the governor of florida claiming the president hasn't fully declared the hurricane a disaster but as soon as that happens, cities can get the money for some much needed
all signs point to impairment in this crash. detectives say they're waiting on 27-year-old james sampson's blood results. he's hospitalized right now. he was on a motorcycle with a 21-year-old early saturday morning when police say he hit a curb and crashed. cody died near 67th avenue and northern, and sampson could be facing charges. also in glendale police are waiting for the results of a blood test before they can file charges in a second deadly crash. this one happened friday night a 16 and 17-year-old lost their lives. the driver survived. police think alcohol was a factor. 25,000 troops try to retake iraq's second largest city from isis. several attacks including this one, an isis fighter driving a car bomb into iraqi forces on the front line. air strikes pounding this area all day as nine villages were cleared in less than 24 hours.
it is unclear how long it will take to reach mosul where more than a million people remain but military officials say troops will be launching assaults from five drecks. the shocking aftermath of a crash caught on video but what the driver is holding may intensify this investigation in coronado. nasty bites, and nothing to do with the jut doors. a valley retailer now accused of having bedbugs. does your h.o.a. need a reality check? coming up, joe you know where you can get free help to set them straight. diamondbacks hoping this man can help their franchise
sexual assault and rape. out-of-control corrections officers arrested. but not one served a day of time. sweetheart deals, because, with county attorney bill montgomery, some people are above the law, making us all less safe. there's a better choice -- diego rodriguez, a career prosecutor who believes in tough sentences and equal justice under the law. vote for diego rodriguez.
i learned as a police officer and a businessman you should never abuse people's trust. unfortunately, today too many politicians either serve their party
or themselves, and arizona families suffer. the arizona republic called paul babeu a disgrace. babeu spent $28,000 of taxpayer money at a five-star resort and was questioned by the fbi o'halleran: i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this message, because you deserve leaders you can trust. new video of that deadly crash in coronado involving an arizona couple. these are the moments strangers rushed in to help. it was all captured on a facebook live feed. witnesses say the driver who is a navy man, had his phone in his hand when he was pulled out
the couple who died, cruz and anna marie contreras, were from san diego. investigators say the driver who plunged off a bridge was drunk. there is a big push from the governor to test all rape kits in our state. we have already seen two indictments since the task force was created. the governor has asked dps to see if the state can contract with a company to track all of these kits so none e forgotten. sounds like senator john mccain will make sure to do his own vetting for a supreme court nominee if hillary clinton becomes president. in a radio interview in philadelphia today mccain said republicans would unite against whoever clinton named as a nominee. his aid later clarified saying the senator would examine that person's record and then vote accordingly. tonight we know just how bad the threats have been against the arizona republic after it endorsed hill hull for president.
and arson threats. it also says those who have been going door to door to sell subscriptions have been yelled at by customers. sheriff joe arpaio officially launching his volunteer armed posse to ride with deputies on patrol. we told you it was coming after arpaio said the war on cops must end. the volunteer mall patrol posse will also be launching soon for the after problem with your h.o.a. and not sure what to do? bridget in mesa writes, our h.o.a. used to have our community looking like a country club. now it looks like hillbilly heaven. she says the company wants you to drive to tempe to fill out a complaint. she asks, if it isn't going to do its job why do we have to pay a fee? >> we've got free h.o.a. help for you coming up.
8:00 p.m. as we take "let joe know" to the tempe marketplace. we'll talk about health insurance, h.o.a., cars, scam, and more. thursday, october 20th, the tempe marketplace district stage. see you there. abc15 sports is brought to you by sanderson ford. a new era begins for the arizona diamondbacks. and from several well respected names in the baseball world the d-backs seem to be heading in the right dire today's announcement. they have themselves a new general manager. 40-year-old mike hazen, widely considered one of the top up and coming managers spending the last 11 years with the boston red sox, last season being his first as general manager. today he was asked just how long of a leash he thinks he has here in arizona. >> look, we're all accountable to what happens on the field. that starts day one. the leash, i don't really know what that really means.
and losses on that major league field every single night. we're expecting to be successful and we're going to deferring we can to be successful. >> he said his first order of business will be to hire that manager. top of his list. >> fingers crossed. >> up you go from here. >> he's 40 years old but he's obviously not the youngest general manager in the valley. john is 27. >> all right, thanks. turning to weather. >> weather pretty nice out there. a gorgeous weekend. that continued into monday and continues tonight. we're still in the 80s after hitting the 90s. glendale at 86, and here's the plan. we will be in the 70s by 11:00, keeping our winds light. another warm one tomorrow starting in the sir, then back in the low 90s. if you loved the weather today you are going throwft tomorrow. a little different story across the high country. no clouds, no rain.
but they've had some strong wind gusts between 30 and 40 miles per hour there and still have some of those wind gusts tonight. right now gusts up to 26 miles per hour there in flagstaff through the white mountains. a few of those gusts remaining. now that the sun has set those winds will begin to calm but they pick back up tomorrow. the storm system kicks a cold front through over the next couple of days. however, not a lot is going to be changing. we may have a couple of passing clouds but a ridge of high pressure is building in over keeps all of these storms well to the north. that's where those rain/snow clouds will be as they move off to the see. as we get into that wednesday forecast. so statewide, it is going to be quiet regarding any time of precipitation changes. we do have some breezies on the way across northern arizona tomorrow and wednesday. the valley, our winds return thursday. temperature-wise this will continue to be the story as we
tuesday, wednesday, and thursday up to 96, so almost 10 degrees above average by thursday. we should be typically sitting in the upper 80s. we'll see if there's any 80s on the way, but first, a couple of currents. some 50s right now out the doirn flagstaff. headed down to 40 tonight. 52 tomorrow morning in globe, then back up to 83. 91 in gila bend, 92 in yum movement in phoenix we are headed up to 91 tomorrow. breezes th the weekend, not a lot going to change. we will see a few clouds in that sunday and monday forecast. a little girl risking her life for mom so she could commit a crime. how a security guard may have saved her life. heart stopping surveillance, and these two are now out on our streets. the tactics affecting the legal leverage for arizona inmates as they fight a controversial lethal injection. it is not every day you see
i learned as a police officer and a businessman you should never abuse people's trust. unfortunately, today too many politicians either serve their party or themselves, and arizona families suffer. the arizona republic called paul babeu a disgrace. babeu spent $28,000 of taxpayer money at a five-star resort and was questioned by the fbi for using public money to promote himself. o'halleran: i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this message, because you deserve leaders you can trust. take a look. a picture perfect launch lighting up the night sky in virginia, and millions on the east coast got to watch it. it's a critical mission to deliver 7,000 pounds of food, water, and supplies to the international space station. this is also the first flight of the atk unmanned rocket since the launch explosion nearly two years ago to the
nasa plans to give more details but the next launch is set for early next year. run baby run. a mom's words to her four-year- old daughter from across a busy street right before her arrest for shoplifting. police say nicole mac left her little girl by a dumpster as she ran away from the crime scene. she then told her to cross the street on her own. a security guard grabbed the little girl but police say mac punched him in the face, all of this for about $100 worth of clothes. jew may faces, but you can see their full intentions. these guys got away with a lot of cigarettes and cash at the giant convenience store early sunday morning. they haven't been caught so watch out. one of them pulled a gun so call police if you see them. it's an ongoing sag gas, whether arizona can resume executions. but a hearing on wednesday may change. that it really depends on what a judge thinks about ohio. that state is claiming that it got ahold of a controversial
supplier. arizona claims we don't have any of it, but it can be acquired, and that may challenge the ongoing lawsuit. the last thing you want to see while shopping, new tonight, where a valley mother says her daughter was bitten by bedbugs. fighting back. what a group bringing disability lawsuits in the valley is now doing. and not letting a little
allegations against pinal county sheriff paul babeu. paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. accusations of widespread abuse at a massachusetts private school. she is sick of hearing sheriff paul babeu lie. allegations of abuse of power. another headache, the fbi has subpoenaed records. lawsuits regarding abuse and neglect.
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programs that protect our community. paul penzone... a new sheriff who will put our safety first. showing us these pictures. you can see bites all over her six-year-old daughter's legs. her mom says she's sure these are bedbugs. megan thompson spoke to that mom who says it actually came from a trip to the grocery store. >> reporter: she is not shy about her daughter. >> i'm a sucker. she is going to get whatever she wants. >> reporter: when she asked for a new pillow, she said sure.
and she saw this long one, zebra color, so that's what we got. $10, sure. >> reporter: but the excitement started to fade. >> she said, mom, my leg itches. i didn't think nothing of it. didn't pay no attention. i was like, whatever. >> reporter: it wasn't until they made it to the register that the complaints got stronger. >> i looked down and she was covered in bites, like covered. and >> reporter: she said she went to customer service and told them what happened, returning the pillows. he looked at her legs and put it back on my card. >> reporter: the company did say they take it seriously. she says she doesn't blame wal- mart, she just wants people to
packaging. >> none of the things on that aisle were covered. if it sounds familiar, bedbugs struck last month at another wal-mart near 35th and bethany home. a valley man using a motorized shopping scooter when his back started feeling those tiny brown bugs. wal-mart issued a statement saying those carts had been pulled. a manhunt coming to an end for a man accused of murder. deputies raymond valencia is his name. he is facing charges of first- degree murder in the shooting death of two people. investigators found a 48-year- old and an 18-year-old dead over the weekend inside a home near tucson. at this time there is no word of motive. tonight we're getting a look at a man who police say shot and killed another man at a bar. the man is suspected of opening fire at a pub in casa grande. officers say he got into a fight with andrew noriega, and
he is facing second-degree murder charges. major progress tonight as drenching rains helped crews in nevada get the upper hand at a wildfire. it is now 55% contained. a state of emergency was declared friday. 23 homes have burned in all. the fire has charred 3400 akers between reno and carson city. crews hope to have it fully contained by wednesday. we're also on wildfire watch in colorado. take a look at that smoke this coming from a fire in southern part of that state. it is already burned more than 13,000 akers in custer county. evacuation orders are in effect for hundreds of families. right now it is unclear how that fire started. back here closer to home, a nice monday valleywide in the low 90s. if you are headed out the door, if you have dinner plans on the patio, in the 80s. right now 87 in goodyear, headed into the 60s tonight. tomorrow we warm up quickly.
for sunny skies, light winds. mid-80s by noon. we will top out at 91 before heading back into the upper 80s. high pressure keeping things very quiet, dry, sunny for us here across the valley. air quality forecast tomorrow stays in moderate category. we could have some of those fine particles out there. a little bit of dust in the atmosphere. we have winds north more on our seven-day forecast. could we see changes, coming up. gee went down kick and screaming but a man accused of attacking a phoenix canine is now behind bars. police spotted dominic garcia in a stolen truck in buckeye. he got out and ran. the canine officer jerry caught up with hit. cops say he then attacked the dog and started kick and biting other officers. they eventually used a stun gun on him. all i'm getting, frankly, that one way or another, people want them to shut down. unless and until the ada gets changed, that's not going to happen.
disability lawsuits is fighting back. advocates for individuals with disabilities has hired new lawyers to battle the attorney general and some judges who are challenging their cases. the lead lawyer sat down with abc15 investigator dave biscobing. just wait until you see what dave has uncovered. >> reporter: this law firm will be arguing issues that could have a permanent impact not only on ada cases in arizona but across the country. that is why we decided to take a closer look at this this is john. right now it is his job to prove why advocates for disabled injuries have the right to file lawsuits. >> there's a lot of problems with ada compliance. >> reporter: we uncovered many of the lawsuits are over parking lot signs. a few inches too low, they demand thousands to session. >> are you the lead attorney? >> my name is on this. i think i know where you are going with. this i did actually defend the
that? he defended businesses sued by this earlier, and now he has switched sides. is that a problem? >> i think it's given me insight. if these were businesses that were segregating against colored people would that be okay? >> reporter: we asked him to respond to specific allegations. >> ada serial lawsuit let gaunts are exploiting the law. these are plaintiffs, fueled by greed, and they're looking to get a quick sl. do you think that's fair? >> i don't think that's fair and hear is y. those statements assume this is not an important issue. >> reporter: it's funny that you say that because those are the exact statements that your firm made earlier. >> what we slid over and he won't touch, a motion he filed earlier this year. they're all listed on a case defending this restaurant against a different ada sir.
businesses, a number much smaller than 1700 lawsuits. in those terms, plague, abuse, greed, pulled straight from their firm's motions. >> i want to know, what's your response to that? i've highlighted them on page 2. those are taken out of the responses. >> i have never called this is a plague. >> can you point to me where it says >> absolutely. page 2. >> they are serial filers. >> plaintiffs such as this are a plague turned judicial system. >> that was the client's position in that case. >> your firm wrote that. >> after the interview, by the time we got back to our office a voice mail already waiting from him, saying he didn't work on that case and didn't write that specific motion. it was his father and another lawyer what did both of them now working with john representing aid. >> so your firm sees no issue in arguing on both sides of an
discrimination issue? >> that's absolutely right. that's exactly what you have to do as a lawyer. in court you represent your client and say what they want you to say. >> reporter: i'm investigator dave biscobing. >> tomorrow night dave's investigation continues. he is going to reveal the behind the scenes money man who has funded this group. learning his fate. how much time a man who shot at george zimmerman will now be spending in prison. pulling the plug.
and a businessman you should never abuse people's trust. unfortunately, today too many politicians either serve their party or themselves, and arizona families suffer. the arizona republic called paul babeu a disgrace. babeu spent $28,000 of taxpayer money at a five-star resort and was questioned by the fbi for using public money to promote himself. o'halleran: i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this message, because you deserve leaders you can trust. new developments in the shooting death of an olympic sprinter's teen daughter. three guys pleaded not guilty. cops say people in two cars started firing shots. the teen was hit and later died at the hospital. her father is olympic sprinter tyson gay. punishment handed down in a
george -- road rage incident involving george zimmerman. you will remember he was acquitted of murder after the shooting death of trayvon mar in the 2012. after less than three weeks rail service fully restored at a new jersey terminal. six more tracks opened this morning along with the station's ticket office. one person was killed. more than 100 others were hurt when the train slammed trains now entering the station will lower their approach speed for safety. taking the bull by the horns what. deputies say this valley man used to attack his family. remaining committed to his viewers. how one tv news anchor told his story after getting attacked in his driveway. well, i don't know how many more records this young man can break but i have a feeling he has a few more in hit. my vote for asu's mid-season mvp coming up. and high pressure is stick
warm and dry weather, but we will have some breezes will have some breezes returning to the valley. sexual assault and rape. out-of-control corrections officers arrested. but not one served a day of time. sweetheart deals, because, with county attorney bill montgomery, some people are above the law, making us all less safe. there's a better choice -- diego rodriguez, a career prosecutor who believes in tough sentences for violent crime and equal justice under the law.
prop 205 is still in your hands to decide but many farmers
are already looking to the future making the switch from growing tomatoes to growing pot. we're inside a modern day farm where the crop is thriving. >> reporter: in this farm instead of fields you will see rooms full marijuana thriving under bright lights. right now they're growing 1,000 plants. but if prop 205 passes, she knows the need for weed will bloc. so powers estimates growing four times more to feed the demand. she is not a farmer but she surrounds herself with them recruited straight from the heart of america. >> illinois, missouri, florida,. >> ohio.
cannabis over corn. >> this is my way to help as many as i possibly can. >> reporter: powers is one of many vying for land where the climate is ideal to grow. many are learning the profit margin per pound is worth the big switch. >> you go to the store and buy a pound of tomatoes for $2. right now the market in arizona is 2,000 for pound. >> reporter: the arizona farm industry is actually against prop 205 saying medical marijuana is already legal in arizona and it tell the true impact it will have in our community. you can read the full statement on abc15.com. back to you. a very unusual weapon of choice for this guy from tolleson. deputies say he went after his family and a deputy with a pair of three-foot-long bull horns, this happening at a home near avondale boulevard and southern. investigators say cesar sandoval grabbed the horns and started swinging them around at people. no word if anyone was hurt. a well-known retailer
weeks before halloween. target putting the kabosh on clown masks, the stores removing the masks from its shelves and on-line. this is all, of course, in response to the nationwide scary clown craze. a few masks are still available through third-party web sites. the company says the decision was made out of sensitivity to the issue at hand. we have more on those galaxy note 7 phones. a new report reveals the other smartphone manufacturers use third-party labs but samsung used its own lab. it has been doing that since 2009. the report says the testing never revealed any problems in the original or the replacement batteries. today making it official, billy bush out at nbc. the network announcing his departure is effective immediately. the fallout surrounds that tape of bush and donald trump making lewd and sexually suggestive remarks about women in 2005.
is receiving in a settlement from nbc. now to democracy 2016 and the focus shifting to wednesday's third and final presidential debate. hillary clinton off the campaign trail today as donald trump goes all in on his latest conspiracy theory. the republican nominee in wisconsin focus more attention on his allegations that the election is rigged. >> the election is being rigged by corrupt media pushing false allegations and outright lies clinton. >> meantime clinton's campaign trying to contain the fallout from more supposed internal e- mails released by wikileaks. they are pointing the finger at russian hacking. >> i don't give credence to any of these dumped documents because i don't even know if they're accurate. >> it looks like clinton will be off the trail again tomorrow as we get closer to debate night. a tv news anchor not letting down his fans after he
snake. art rascon is an anchor in houston. he says he was bitten by the venomous snake in his driveway. >> now i'm feeling actually okay. it's just super painful. i have never been bitten by a snake before. >> the doctors are keeping a close eye on him to make sure that's going to be all right. the city of las vegas is one e themselves an nfl stadium. today nevada governor brian sandoval signed papers approving construction for what could be the future home of the las vegas raiders. our sister station reports that nfl owners are scheduled to meet on thursday.
was named the pac-12 special teams player of the week for the tbowrt straight week. never been done before in school hit. gonzalez drilled three field goals last saturday against the colorado buffaloes. all three from over 50 yards out. in fact, in the fourth quarter, he booted his longest of his career from 59 yards. with that field goal he scores his 468th point which is the most by any history. in short, he's really good. >> 59 yards this that's like nfl good. >> i'm going to go out on a limb and say he's got a lengthy nfl career ahead. >> some say that he's not going to be a college player for long knee. eel be making some big bucks. >> good for him. that's awesome. the forecast pretty awesome, too, if you like the sick at night. maybe you have been getting out enjoying it. as we hit the 90s during tarchtion pretty warm, but
start cooling. we're seeing that tonight. clear skies, 80s valley wide. dew points tonight in the 30s and 40s across the valley, and as you look across the state, those winds still sustained between 10 and 15, close to 20 miles per hour as that northeastern pocket of the state. we will see breezes again across northern arizona coming up tomorrow. now, valley winds tonight will be light, and even across the high country those winds will let up just a little bit. but tomorrow, southwesterly direction, maybe a couple of breezies here across the phoenix metro near 1 hour, but it's the high country that will see those gusts, not quite as strong as today, but between 25 and 30 miles per hour. so a quiet forecast for us. high pressure is still sitting on top of us, and that means that the futurecast keeps all of those showers and thunderstorms, all of those storm systems well to the north keeping mostly clear skies throughout the next several days. and as you look at the rain chances with meac cross the valley, we do not have any this week, and even as we head into
those chances out of the forecast. me and you are playing a little golf tomorrow. maybe you are going to do some hiking. 78 at 10:00. noon in the mid-80s. hitting the low 90s as we get into the 3:00, 4:00 hour, then back in the upper 80s by 5:00. really just a noose tuesday, a nice wednesday, a nice thursday. we do have a few changes coming up on thursday. we will after few more breezes in that forecast. temperatures warm up a little more. average high around 88 degrees. so well above that as we get 95 friday, dry through the weekend with a few more clouds returning sunday and monday. >> not so nice right now if you are trying to book a plane particular on-line. just in from the live desk, a problem with the company that helps you book through southwest or jetblue. there are technical issues that are preventing new on-line bookings. cab ser the company that jet -- saber is the company that jetblue and southwest.
apology on twitter. someone asked them if they have any eta on when this is going to be resolved, and they say at this point no. so pack your patience aus book on-line. costumes, candy, and we can't forget haunted houses. it is fun, but celebrating halloween can get expensive, unless you are a smart shopper. abc15 morning anchor danielle lerner has a spooky deal of the scared? we're here in mesa at the arizona scare grounds. here's a sneak peek of what you can expect. so this is why i don't do haunted houses. but if you want to get scared, here's the deal. thursday and sunday of this week they're doing half off
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